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Rest of the Season Player Rankings - Running Backs: Week 5
John Tuvey
September 30, 2013
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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

RUNNING BACKS
Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Adrian Peterson MIN 5
  2 LeSean McCoy PHI 12
  3 Jamaal Charles KCC 10
  4 Marshawn Lynch SEA 12
  5 Matt Forte CHI 8
  6 Arian Foster HOU 8
  7 Doug Martin TBB 5
Moving Up 8 Reggie Bush DET 9
  9 Alfred Morris WAS 5
  10 Trent Richardson IND 10
  11 DeMarco Murray DAL 11
Moving Up 12 Frank Gore SFO 9
  13 Darren McFadden OAK 7
  14 Steven Jackson ATL 6
  15 Chris Johnson TEN 8
  16 Darren Sproles NOS 7
Moving Down 17 Ray Rice BAL 8
  18 DeAngelo Williams CAR 4
Moving Down 19 C.J. Spiller BUF 12
  20 Knowshon Moreno DEN 9
  21 Bilal Powell NYJ 10
Moving Up 22 Le'Veon Bell PIT 5
  23 Ryan Mathews SDC 8
  24 Lamar Miller MIA 6
  25 Eddie Lacy GBP 4
Moving Down 26 Stevan Ridley NEP 10
  27 Joique Bell DET 9
  28 Giovani Bernard CIN 12
  29 Fred Jackson BUF 12
  30 David Wilson NYG 9
  31 Maurice Jones-Drew JAC 9
  32 Ben Tate HOU 8
  33 BenJarvus Green-Ellis CIN 12
  34 Brandon Bolden NEP 10
Moving Up 35 Danny Woodhead SDC 8
  36 Rashard Mendenhall ARI 9
  37 Pierre Thomas NOS 7
  38 Jonathan Franklin GBP 4
  39 Daryl Richardson STL 11
  40 Bernard Pierce BAL 8
  41 Andre Ellington ARI 9
  42 Jason Snelling ATL 6
  43 Isaiah Pead STL 11
  44 Bryce Brown PHI 12
  45 Kendall Hunter SFO 9
  46 LeGarrette Blount TBB 10
  47 Montee Ball DEN 9
  48 Brandon Jacobs NYG 9
  49 Shane Vereen NEP 10
  50 Roy Helu WAS 5

Reggie Bush, LionsMoving Up
Inspired running, plus a major contributor in the passing game. He's threatening Megatron as Detroit's primary offensive weapon.

Frank Gore, 49ersMoving Up
As Keyshawn Johnson once said, just give him the damn ball. Gore is still ceding some touches to Kendall Hunter, but he's doing more than enough with what he's being given.

Ray Rice, RavensMoving Down
Slowed by a hip injury, that's understandable. But the Ravens flat-out failing to run the ball... against Buffalo? Tough to wrap one's mind around that one.

C.J. Spiller, BillsMoving Down
Unproductive with the touches he's getting, and Fred Jackson has deservedly claimed almost half of Buffalo's backfield workload. And now both are banged up.

Le'Veon Bell, SteelersMoving Up
Hard to get excited about 3.6 yards per carry against one of the softer run defenses in the league, but the two TDs made that month-long wait to debut your prized rookie almost worth while.

Stevan Ridley, PatriotsMoving Down
It's officially an RBBC, and while Ridley looks to be the primary ballcarrier he's also seriously lacking in productivity--and then there's the fumblitis.

Danny Woodhead, ChargersMoving Up
Emerging as a Sproles-like PPR contributor... and really, how much longer can Ryan Mathews be trusted with double-digit carries?

 



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